Shake Shack recently opened their 15th location in New Haven, meaning that the chain is large enough to be required to post calorie counts on their menus. The Wall Street journal reports that a meal consisting of a double-patty ShackBurger, regular fries and a chocolate shake is just shy of 2,000 ca ... More >>
Snow. It's everywhere. And it seems like it's never going to stop. And it's affecting us in more ways than we even thought. Along with "snow-related layoffs" leading to a spike in the numbers of people who are collecting unemployment now, snow is also just a plain old downer, apparently. The ... More >>
In case you haven't already taken a spill while riding your bike down the street all weebly-wobbly after "accidentally" imbibing too many drinks (and if you haven't, you haven't really lived), here's some news for you: Drunk biking is the second most likely cause of injury to cyclists, per a ... More >>
NYU met with Community Board 2 last night, to present its plan to add six million square feet of space to their New York City campuses by 2031.
Some highlights of what NYU plans to do in the next 21 years, a few of which were made public for the first time last night:
Next month the FDA will decide whether or not to endorse a pill called flibanserin (yeah, that name has got to go) which purports to boost women's sex lives. The drug, made by German pharma company Boehringer Ingelheim, sparks "a woman's sexual desire by fiddling with her brain chemicals." Wh ... More >>
Christian "Hitsch" Albin, the executive chef at The Four Seasons, where he had worked for 36 years, died at New York University Medical Center on Saturday at age 62, just five days after being diagnosed with cancer.
A rooftop in Jamaica, Queens is set to be transformed into the city's first co ... More >>